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Furs



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Very cool, hope it will be affordable in 10-20 years. Sad
Post 26 Mar 2017, 12:39
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YONG



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A young mind is more important than a young body ... maybe.

Youthful plasticity restored to brains of adult mice
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/08/170808145956.htm

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Furs



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YONG wrote:
A young mind is more important than a young body ... maybe.

Not "maybe" but absolutely, unless the body is like 90+, cause then you have real issues. Confused Hopefully we'll either stop (or even reverse) aging soon or at least have affordable robot replacements for most body functions (except brain).
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YONG wrote:
A young mind is more important than a young body ... maybe.

Youthful plasticity restored to brains of adult mice
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/08/170808145956.htm

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Like the rest of the body, the brain loses flexibility with age, impacting the ability to learn, remember, and adapt. Now, scientists report they can rejuvenate the plasticity of the mouse brain, specifically in the visual cortex. The study shows that manipulating a single gene triggers the shift, revealing it as a target for new treatments to recover the brain's youthful potential.



worth to try probably, not sure how complex is it to manipulate single gene, Embarassed
Post 09 Aug 2017, 22:12
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Scientists are one step closer to finding cures for neurodegenerative diseases:

Human skin cells transformed directly into motor neurons
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/09/170907132836.htm


Scientists find another way to turn back the cellular clock:

Biologists slow aging, extend lifespan of fruit flies
'Cellular time machine' could eventually benefit humans, too
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/09/170906103421.htm


Immortality is on its way.

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Post 08 Sep 2017, 03:15
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Furs



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It better hurry up cause I know plenty of old people will die who'd like to have it by then... Sad
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https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2017/sep/24/why-lack-of-sleep-health-worst-enemy-matthew-walker-why-we-sleep

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Yes. I give myself a non-negotiable eight-hour sleep opportunity every night, and I keep regular hours: if there is one thing I tell people, it’s to go to bed and to wake up at the same time every day, no matter what. I take my sleep incredibly seriously because I have seen the evidence. Once you know that after just one night of only four or five hours’ sleep, your natural killer cells – the ones that attack the cancer cells that appear in your body every day – drop by 70%, or that a lack of sleep is linked to cancer of the bowel, prostate and breast, or even just that the World Health Organisation has classed any form of night-time shift work as a probable carcinogen, how could you do anything else?”


wow, this is really piece of very important information,
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YONG



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sleepsleep wrote:
wow, this is really piece of very important information,

Get some sleep; your "YouTube hours" are useless!

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Post 24 Sep 2017, 12:48
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